Beautiful Tech Office Space Sublease in Midtown South – 88,387 RSF

January 28, 2019

Scott Ansel

Market Expert

Associate, Savills Studley

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Located at 18th Street and 6th Avenue, in the heart of Chelsea, is an RXR-owned gem of an office building, 620 Avenue of the Americas. The 7-story 719,000 square foot building is home to household names like TJ Maxx, Marshalls and Bed Bath & Beyond. However, a beautiful tech office space sublease is about to hit the market here from Mediaocean.

The partial 6th floor measures 88,387 rentable square feet! It is available for occupancy in September 2019 and has a healthy sublease term through August of 2027. This is truly one of the best turn-key, plug and play opportunities for a well established tech, advertising or media firm to plant its flag in Midtown South. The high-end, Gensler-designed workspace is constructed with 25 meeting rooms, 11 phone booths, 20 open breakout areas, and 378 workstations. The space has all the essentials for a cool creative office space including a cafe/town hall meeting space with stadium seating, a game room, yoga room, showers and tremendous ceiling heights with light and views throughout. All of the furniture and existing infrastructure can remain in place for an incoming subtenant.

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